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" SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. ,A NEWS- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1970 PAGE 5 =e LAUREL HILL RECEIVES $900 FOR Adams Elected President Of Floral== Chapter, VICA EXHIBITS IN FAIR a freshman reaction. Sr. High Chapter. The Florala Chapter of Vo- dues of the club members, red and entertainment was pre- High School, wasTraveling to the convention Debbie, a popular choice By WYATTE WYNN cational Industrial Clubs of blazer Jackets with VICA era- sented by Albert Jackson, Don- at the Flori- were Debble, Mlckey Adams, at the convention, put Laurel America met in VIE room Men- blem to be bought by officers nie Morris, and W/lllam Jack- Future Teachers of Cheryl McLeod, Wyatte Wynn, Hill on the map with her elec- LaVONNE ROGERS day night, October 12s to Be- and any other VICA member son playing the guitars. convention at Daytona and Mrs. Margaret Shelley of Lion. - REPORTER - lect new officers. After many desiring one. A cookout was Saturday, Oc- Laurel Hill's Jr. HlghChapter; She is the daughter of Mr. Laurel Hill School reaps pro- good speeches for the candt- planned for Monday night, Oco CARROLL PROMOTED Wanda Sue Adams, Lanalda and Mrs. Lewis Reeves, is a fits from the Pensacola Inter- dacy of each office, the tot- tuber 26. surprised Davis, Roger Simmons, Rickey charter member of the Jr. High state Fair which are enjoyed lowing were elected to serve Before the meeting was ad. TO U. S. NAVY " exclaimed Williamson, and Mrs. Helen Chapter and is secretary, all year long. in the coming year: president- Journed the Club decided to SEN IOR CHIEF asked about her Steele of the Earline O. Mitchell Attending the convention is This year, PTA plaoed 2rid Tim Adams, vice-president- sponsor a Halloween Queen. ~;:~ in Community Exhibits Compe- Albert Jackson, secretary - Kaye Mitchell will be the rep- Navy Senior Chief Petty Or- Litton and will receive $375.00 Gloria Chancy, treasurer -Ann resentaUve for VICA~ ricer Jerry L. Carroll, husband The Ruritan Booth placed 4th Moody~ reporter - Sheryl With all business taken care of the former Miss Helen M. and wig receive $275.00. Adams~ historian - Dianne Nor- of, the president adjourned the Cadenhead of Laurel Hill, Fla., The FFA placed 3rd in the rls, parliamentarian - Lynda meeting. Following the meet- was ndvanced to his present rate FFA Division and will receive Barnes. ing refreshments were served while serving at Marine Corps $250.00 in prizes. The new president began his mainder of the meeting. Dis- Air Station, New River, Jack.. T. A. l-~ghes, the over-all Job by presiding over the re- cussed at the meeting was the sonvtlle, N. C. In May, the people who know the Candidates best, voted for BILL BAXLEY equipment, gym equipment~ stage curtains, and anything that for ATTORNEY GENERAL .,,,..,, beoo,. school. a goal aimed at by FTA mere- The Ruritan Chb gives hers, and is a highlight of the a scholarship each year to Baxley Gallion yea,. a. o pt ., oa, ndo a- loosa-Walton Junior College. Seniors are also given Bibles at the graduation exercies. HOUSTON COUNTY - 12,218 3,677 PITTbIAN ON DUTY FFAboys receive benefits in Baxley has lived here all of (77%) (23%) IN VIETNAM AT many ways. There Is money enough to send delegates to the his life, now serves as D.A. PHY CAT AB state convention at Daytona, U. S. Air Force Sergeant pay expenses of Judging teams , to Tampa State Fair, and treat Roosevelt Plttman, son of Mrs. their parents to a banquet each The DOTHAN box where 2,749 522 bama,Dra L.lsPlttman,on dutyAShfrd'at phuAla'cat year. i i Baxley votes , (84%) (16%) AB, vle a . Sergeant Ptttman, a toed ser- -- vice specialist, is assigned to a unit ot the Pacific Air Forces. I Z~,~f~ .~. c~j. =,-7.-yt I MONTGOMERYandworkedCOUNTYhere 22,249 16,247 AFBoHe prevtously served at Eglin " - Gallion born here, has (58%) (42%) The sergeant is a 1964gra- lived for duate of Ashford High School. His wife, Cleonia, is the daugher of Mrs. Neu]le M. Lynn, 538 E. Eighth Street, Florala, Ala- t.he past 25 years. bama. The MONTGOMERY box 1,853 1,737 GET,.. i"lrl Ou/rO where Gallion votes (52%) (48%) As your Governor, George Wallace will devote his,full time and energies to the problems facing our state. He s already We Guarantee hard at work on programs that will help every citizen of Ala- bama and make a better future for our children-- On Nov.3 SURE KILL . Local control of our schools again. MUST KILL *andStrengthenedlaw and orderto combat violence, militantSdrugs. All Your Roaches "k Training additional doctors and increased health II md Waterbum facilities. or your money beck ~- Improved education for our children. Clean Odorleu Reduced gas, electric and telephone bills. ed. Pal. Adv. ' Friend, of Bill Sexily. JereSlgrest. Chmn, Dothan, AI,..~S4Z-le NO Spraying "~" Cleaning up our air and water pollution. Roaches eat Sure-Kill greedily ~I~AFF't'L) ;p.~',~I~ .'!,,: rL ',~. then retum o (heir nests ande,,s.contaminazedie. Hereind these, heyOtherdie,deidroacheSszartinlrO.chesand. . N0 new taxes with0ut voter appr0val. chain reaction that will kill ~'STELLASTEVF~DAVIDWARNEI~ them all. Sate-Kill never wears Out, yet sa{e to u le, and has absolutely no smell. l .91E ,Z)OdBLf. F,,r=#At J FARMERS SEED STORE [ '~;~A'~"p~x.O~__.~_~ PIGGLY WIGGLY I "WILD "RN~L3" I iaor# s~.~ ,. ~L.~ e..o oP I " " I C~o,~ f#z. ~'Wr. J'~u. I FOR A.Y. c,, L., i, ,.. ..... . Yozr Rowdies ! tn~ ~H~ nn~ Lr.. ~,,~ g DISTRICT , ........................................... l , I II : I =~ ' ' I | 1 | I | I -- | I , I | | | I l l | I I | I I | 1 , Profit Maker For ' I I I I I I ,,' Right Person ," I I I i I I I I ,' GOOD LOCATION ,' .--~OE BRECK GANTT acknowledges he was convicted by a Federal Court [ ~. ~rmtngham, A CONVICTION INSPIRED AND PUSHED BY FEDERAL ' ~TERNAL REVENUE AGENTS. ' ' ' ! i I I ,. 0.. ' FINEST PRODUCTS I Federal I I eavesdropping, wiretapping, lying Federal Internal Revenue Agents. ', ,' I | o.e .-- oo.,, ' REASONABLE PRICED ' II II U RECK GANTT beHeyes he wlll wln because he is Innocent and the ", , ' FEDERAL INTERNAL REVENUE AGENTS were v,~xmg. ~ s ~OE BRECK GANTT KNOWS the people of Covington beUeve i County . ..n =,o,. ,,m : If Interested Call: ,~merican, not to be adjudged by this Federal Court until hls appeal | :, F.L. Cannon I I I I ! at ' - VOTE FOR AND SUPPORT - ,i 8.1525 i,, To make it happen, you must ' ' get , . out and vote! I I | 1 , or , t I | l Your Independent Candidate For [, Maior Wilson Jones ,i ,, ,' at ..' For greater Alabama! | , ' 8 2411 , Paid Politice, Advertisement by Friends of George C. Wall--. J~k W. W.~ ~ I -- I I I Clayton. Alabama. PD. POL. ADV., .1t' COVINGTON "COUNTY FRIENDS OF JBG, P. O. BX. 351, FLORALA, ALA. I I , ........ . ........... . ............. . ....... -~-~,-~-~,-~--~-~-~~~~-~-~